sqlalchemy / lib / sqlalchemy / engine /

# engine/
# Copyright (C) 2005-2012 the SQLAlchemy authors and contributors <see AUTHORS file>
# This module is part of SQLAlchemy and is released under
# the MIT License:

"""Provides the :class:`~sqlalchemy.engine.url.URL` class which encapsulates
information about a database connection specification.

The URL object is created automatically when
:func:`~sqlalchemy.engine.create_engine` is called with a string
argument; alternatively, the URL is a public-facing construct which can
be used directly and is also accepted directly by ``create_engine()``.

import re
import urllib
from .. import exc, util
from . import Dialect

class URL(object):
    Represent the components of a URL used to connect to a database.

    This object is suitable to be passed directly to a
    ``create_engine()`` call.  The fields of the URL are parsed from a
    string by the ``module-level make_url()`` function.  the string
    format of the URL is an RFC-1738-style string.

    All initialization parameters are available as public attributes.

    :param drivername: the name of the database backend.
      This name will correspond to a module in sqlalchemy/databases
      or a third party plug-in.

    :param username: The user name.

    :param password: database password.

    :param host: The name of the host.

    :param port: The port number.

    :param database: The database name.

    :param query: A dictionary of options to be passed to the
      dialect and/or the DBAPI upon connect.


    def __init__(self, drivername, username=None, password=None,
                 host=None, port=None, database=None, query=None):
        self.drivername = drivername
        self.username = username
        self.password = password = host
        if port is not None:
            self.port = int(port)
            self.port = None
        self.database = database
        self.query = query or {}

    def __str__(self):
        s = self.drivername + "://"
        if self.username is not None:
            s += self.username
            if self.password is not None:
                s += ':' + urllib.quote_plus(self.password)
            s += "@"
        if is not None:
            s +=
        if self.port is not None:
            s += ':' + str(self.port)
        if self.database is not None:
            s += '/' + self.database
        if self.query:
            keys = self.query.keys()
            s += '?' + "&".join("%s=%s" % (k, self.query[k]) for k in keys)
        return s

    def __hash__(self):
        return hash(str(self))

    def __eq__(self, other):
        return \
            isinstance(other, URL) and \
            self.drivername == other.drivername and \
            self.username == other.username and \
            self.password == other.password and \
   == and \
            self.database == other.database and \
            self.query == other.query

    def get_dialect(self):
        """Return the SQLAlchemy database dialect class corresponding
        to this URL's driver name.

        if '+' not in self.drivername:
            name = self.drivername
            name = self.drivername.replace('+', '.')
        from sqlalchemy.dialects import registry
        cls = registry.load(name)
        # check for legacy dialects that
        # would return a module with 'dialect' as the
        # actual class
        if hasattr(cls, 'dialect') and \
            isinstance(cls.dialect, type) and \
            issubclass(cls.dialect, Dialect):
            return cls.dialect
            return cls

    def translate_connect_args(self, names=[], **kw):
        """Translate url attributes into a dictionary of connection arguments.

        Returns attributes of this url (`host`, `database`, `username`,
        `password`, `port`) as a plain dictionary.  The attribute names are
        used as the keys by default.  Unset or false attributes are omitted
        from the final dictionary.

        :param \**kw: Optional, alternate key names for url attributes.

        :param names: Deprecated.  Same purpose as the keyword-based alternate
            names, but correlates the name to the original positionally.

        translated = {}
        attribute_names = ['host', 'database', 'username', 'password', 'port']
        for sname in attribute_names:
            if names:
                name = names.pop(0)
            elif sname in kw:
                name = kw[sname]
                name = sname
            if name is not None and getattr(self, sname, False):
                translated[name] = getattr(self, sname)
        return translated

def make_url(name_or_url):
    """Given a string or unicode instance, produce a new URL instance.

    The given string is parsed according to the RFC 1738 spec.  If an
    existing URL object is passed, just returns the object.

    if isinstance(name_or_url, basestring):
        return _parse_rfc1738_args(name_or_url)
        return name_or_url

def _parse_rfc1738_args(name):
    pattern = re.compile(r'''
            ''', re.X)

    m = pattern.match(name)
    if m is not None:
        components = m.groupdict()
        if components['database'] is not None:
            tokens = components['database'].split('?', 2)
            components['database'] = tokens[0]
            query = (len(tokens) > 1 and dict(util.parse_qsl(tokens[1]))) or None
            # Py2K
            if query is not None:
                query = dict((k.encode('ascii'), query[k]) for k in query)
            # end Py2K
            query = None
        components['query'] = query

        if components['password'] is not None:
            components['password'] = \

        name = components.pop('name')
        return URL(name, **components)
        raise exc.ArgumentError(
            "Could not parse rfc1738 URL from string '%s'" % name)

def _parse_keyvalue_args(name):
    m = re.match(r'(\w+)://(.*)', name)
    if m is not None:
        (name, args) =, 2)
        opts = dict(util.parse_qsl(args))
        return URL(name, *opts)
        return None